Clementine



• Glycemic Index: generally, the more acidic a fruit is, the lower its glycemic index
• Another great source of vitamin C, these also a good provider of folate and complex carbohydrates, which have been shown to help improve overall control of blood sugar.
• You can eat two clementines as part of one serving size, only costing you 70 calories in total.
• Oranges and other citrus fruits pack this nutritious punch as well.
• Serving size here is one orange, or ½ of a large grapefruit.
• Packing 1.3 grams of fiber into one fruit, the soluble fiber that is found in clementine helps to lower cholesterol levels and combat diabetes.

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Marcel Gantert is a certified assistant in health care & social services since 2006. He has advanced expertise in blood pressure readings, diabetes readings and other body metrics. He is a self-taught web-developer and writer for BloodSugarEasy.com since 2015
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